Manga Review

Grand Blue Dreaming Volume 1 Review
Manga Review

Grand Blue Dreaming Volume 1 Review

Grand Blue Dreaming Volume 1 Review
Despite some reservations about where the plot is going and any romantic pursuits it has in mind, I find myself thinking fondly of Grand Blue Dreaming. With its anime now airing, this is a good a time as any to jump on board this wacky comedy!
• 25th Jul 2018
Tokyo Tarareba Girls Volume 1 Review
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Tokyo Tarareba Girls Volume 1 Review

Tokyo Tarareba Girls Volume 1 Review
Overall, Tokyo Tarareba Girls is a fun read with an interesting concept behind it. While I’m not necessarily its target audience, fans of Princess Jellyfish and Higashimura’s other works will no doubt find a new favourite here.
• 28th Jun 2018
Golosseum Volume 1 Review
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Golosseum Volume 1 Review

Golosseum Volume 1 Review
Golosseum makes its entrance in true WWE larger-than-life style. But wait - who is that I see on the cover: President Putinov!? Kodansha brings out a new martial arts manga with a difference... but is it worth your time?
• 22nd May 2018
Bleach – Volume 72 Review
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Bleach – Volume 72 Review

Bleach – Volume 72 Review
Bleach Volume 72 continues to steer the manga towards its final end, an end that happened in 2016 for Japan, but (unless something gets delayed) for us here in the UK, the series will end this November. So just two volumes out from the finale, how is the story shaping up?
• 1st May 2018
My Boy Volume 1 Review
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My Boy Volume 1 Review

My Boy Volume 1 Review
An unconventional friendship develops between two lonely individuals. My Boy delivers a sensitive and beautifully drawn story that will make readers think about the pressures of modern life on adults and children alike.
• 20th Apr 2018
Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review
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Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review

Wotakoi: Love Is Hard for Otaku Volume 1 Review
Wotakoi is a heartwarming comedy series with a firm message to convey in that love is difficult - not just for otaku but for everyone. Your hobbies can be judged and make people run for the hills but that isn’t right, and Wotakoi does its best to show you the great times you can have when the people around you do accept and understand you.
• 18th Apr 2018
Again!! Volume 1 Review
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Again!! Volume 1 Review

Again!! Volume 1 Review
How would you react if you found yourself reliving your final years at school? Find out how Kinichiro Imamura copes in Again!!, Yuri!!! on Ice’s co-creator Mitsurou Kubo’s first manga to be translated into English.
• 19th Mar 2018
Silver Spoon Volume 1 Review
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Silver Spoon Volume 1 Review

Silver Spoon Volume 1 Review
Hiromu Arakawa is best known for her Fullmetal Alchemist series, but now we're here to visit her slice-of-life masterpiece Silver Spoon! Thoughtful, funny, and emotional to boot, this new work has a lot going for it.
• 28th Feb 2018
Orange: Future Review
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Orange: Future Review

Orange: Future Review
Orange: Future proves itself to be a worthy continuation of the original series. Filled with the same attention to detail and sensitive approach to difficult topics, this volume is definitely worth your time if you’re a fan of Orange.
• 7th Feb 2018
Dragon Ball Super – Volume 2 Review
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Dragon Ball Super – Volume 2 Review

Dragon Ball Super – Volume 2 Review
Just in case you thought there wouldn’t be enough Dragon Ball coverage here at Anime UK News, we have a slightly belated look at the second volume of the Dragon Ball Super manga, released here in the UK on the 28th of December (and therefore taking a long time to reach my house through holiday post…) Two universes collide in a tournament with… actually no real stakes, this time…
• 16th Jan 2018
Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Volume 1 Review
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Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Volume 1 Review

Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Volume 1 Review
The first volume of Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card Arc is a delightful success; from the lovely art and the characters to the new story’s beginnings – all of it feels like a genuine continuation that CLAMP wanted and felt creatively compelled to do. If you’re a CLAMP fan, do not hesitate to pick up this volume.
AUKN Staff • 28th Dec 2017